As a result, Verizon customers can now have unlimited talk, text and 250MB of data ($15 a month), 500MB of data ($30), 1GB of data ($40), 2GB of data ($50), 3GB of data ($60) or 4GB of data ($70). Verizon charges $40 for each smartphone to have basic access, $30 for each feature phone and $10 for each tablet. So if you want to construct a plan for your Samsung Galaxy S4 with 2GB of data each month, it would cost you $40 + $50= $90 a month.
Verizon, AT&T and Sprint have recently been feeling the pressure of having to cut prices in order to keep pace with T-Mobile. The nation's fourth largest carrier has been coming up with new innovations designed to keep prices low for consumers.
source: Verizon via Phonescoop